Current issues in international financial markets: assessments and modeling
7-9 Mar 2013 Paris (France)

Call for Papers

As it becomes a tradition, the goal of the conference is to promote the exchange of ideas and scholarly findings among academics, practitioners and policymakers. You are cordially invited to submit your papers for presentation at the conference by December 30, 2012 as well as to volunteer to participate as discussants and session chairs.

The conference chairs encourage the submission of both theoretical and empirical papers relating to all aspects of financial economics, banking and finance. The conference topics include, but are not limited to:

·  Financial crisis and public policy

·  Central banking and regulation

·  Basel III, Solvency II and risk management

·  Corporate governance issues

·  Emerging markets issues

·  Commodities and energy finance

·  Extreme events and volatility modeling

·  Financial and econometrics modeling

·  Financial markets and institutions

·  Financial and economic crisis

·  International finance

·  Information technologies and e-finance

·  Ethical finance: Islamic vs. conventional banking

·  Managerial finance

·  Mediterranean market integration

·  Financial information systems

Authors are invited to submit their complete papers in WORD/PDF files via the conference website, no later than December 30, 2012: PAPER SUBMISSION. All submissions will pass through a double blind review process.

The maximum number of papers accepted by each author (either leading author or co-author) is two.

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